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Hare and Hound Run.

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Yesterday afternoon the second run of the hare and hounds took place. Blakemore '97 and Grant L. S. S. were the hares, and there was a large pack of hounds. The run started from the gymnasium, going towards North Cambridge and passing near the clay pits. Then it swung around through the marshes in that neighborhood, crossed the railroad two or three times, finally coming out at Fresh Pond. From there the hares led them toward Mt. Auburn, returning by Brighton and Soldiers Field. The break was made at Barry Corner. A. Ingraham '96 was first, H. Foote, second, W. E. Putnam, third.

Three prizes will be given, as the hounds beat the hares by three minutes. Ingraham and Foote will be hares on the next run.

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